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Defeat curbs, drops with portable rubber ramps

Defeat curbs, drops with portable rubber ramps

Curbs are one of the biggest access obstacles to people who use wheelchairs. There are few things more annoying than going about a normal day only to be stopped dead in your tracks, facing an insurmountable curb cut or drop off. Anticipate curbs
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Crutch Comfort: A Contradiction of Terms?

Crutch Comfort: A Contradiction of Terms?

Most people immobilized by injury or disorder would choose almost any other mobility aid than a crutch. Hospitals dispensing crutches find that while patients take to wheelchairs, canes, and walkers fairly quickly, it's the crutches that pose a
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Movin' on Up (and In, Out, and Around!)

Movin' on Up (and In, Out, and Around!)

No one wants to spend his or her days glued in front of the TV--immobile. Mobility is a relative condition. If you are usually confined to a bed, you are well aware that it's almost a vacation to be able to get up and move around the house or
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Take matters into your own hands with the right portable ramp

Take matters into your own hands with the right portable ramp

People who rely on a wheelchair for their mobility face many obstacles in society, but one that is particularly troublesome and limiting is the wide presence of steps and curbs. Although the passage of the Americans with Disabilities Act in 1990
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Outfitting the Souped-Up Mobility Walker

Outfitting the Souped-Up Mobility Walker

Careful There--Be Sure to Obey the Speed Limit! It's funny how the common perception of walkers is that they are slow, creaky, and outmoded. This little steel-and-rubber beauty is actually one of the best things to come down the pike in recent
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Carry More in Your Mobility Scooter

Carry More in Your Mobility Scooter

Everybody is looking for more carrying room. Have you noticed the trends with cars lately? Big SUVs and trucks have been getting even bigger, allowing drivers to carry more passengers, dogs, groceries, and shopping items. Scooters are no exception.
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